Now that the COVID-19 vaccine is being approved and distributed throughout the United States, there is a sense of relief among all of us! However, the damage is only half-resolved as the majority of the developing nations around the world don't have access to the vaccine yet. According to the New York Times, 83% of..
Despite the turbulent state of America right now regarding COVID recovery and political upheaval, hope seems to be arising. As of now, as well as the past couple of months, Executive order 13769 (also known as the Muslim Ban), has been lifted and reversed by President Biden. Implemented by Biden's predecessor, former-president Donald Trump, this..
The sun is beginning to shine again, school is back in person (for those who choose to be), and we can feel summer on its way. After a long, difficult year full of uncertainty, summer seems to give us all the hope and relief that we will finally be able to take a breath. While..
As teenagers, we are constantly living in a virtual, social media-submerged bubble of Instagram posts and TikToks. While we all scroll mindlessly through explore pages, we are exposed to images of these unrealistic body types, faces, and lifestyles. There is an extremely damaging impact on us as young teenagers when we see things that we..
We all know the feeling after reading a book filled with such raw intensity and drama. These are the moments that resonate in our heads, keep us up at night thinking about the story's characters, content, and scenes carved into our eyes. And as it is a privilege to experience such a feeling of being..